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FASTEST GOALS AND ASSISTS:
FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF A GAME:
0:05s Doug Smail, Winnipeg, Dec. 20, 1981, at Winnipeg. Winnipeg 5, St. Louis 4.
  Bryan Trottier, NY Islanders, Mar. 22, 1984, at Boston. NY Islanders 3, Boston 3.
  Alexander Mogilny, Buffalo, Dec. 21, 1991, at Toronto. Buffalo 4, Toronto 1.
0:06s Henry Boucha, Detroit, Jan. 28, 1973, at Montreal. Detroit 4, Montreal 2.
  Jean Pronovost, Pittsburgh, Mar. 25, 1976, at St. Louis. St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2.
  Alex Burrows, Vancouver, Mar. 16, 2013, at Vancouver. Detroit 5, Vancouver 2.
0:07s Charlie Conacher, Toronto, Feb. 6, 1932, at Toronto. Toronto 6, Boston 0.
  Danny Gare, Buffalo, Dec. 17, 1978, at Buffalo. Buffalo 6, Vancouver 3.
  Dave (Tiger) Williams, Los Angeles, Feb. 14, 1987, at Los Angeles. Los Angeles 5, Hartford 2.
  Eveni Malkin, Pittsburgh, Jan. 5, 2011, at Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh 8, Tampa Bay 1.

FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF A PERIOD:
0:04s Claude Provost, Montreal, Nov. 9, 1957, at Montreal, 2nd period. Montreal 4, Boston 2.
  Denis Savard, Chicago, Jan. 12, 1986, at Chicago, 3rd period. Chicago 4, Hartford 2.
  James van Riemsdyk, Toronto, Mar. 28, 2014, at Philadelphia, 2nd period. Toronto 4, Philadelphia 2.

FASTEST GOAL BY A PLAYER IN HIS FIRST NHL GAME:
0:15s Gus Bodnar, Toronto, Oct. 30, 1943. Toronto 5, NY Rangers 2.
0:18s Danny Gare, Buffalo, Oct. 10, 1974. Buffalo 9, Boston 5.
0:20s Alexander Mogilny, Buffalo, Oct. 5, 1989. Buffalo 4, Quebec 3.

FASTEST TWO GOALS FROM START OF GAME:
0:27s Mike Knuble, Boston, Feb, 14, 2003, at Florida, 0:10 and 0:27. Boston 6, Florida 5.

FASTEST TWO GOALS:
0:04s Nels Stewart, Mtl. Maroons, Jan. 3, 1991, at Montreal at 8:24 and 8:28, 3rd period. Mtl. Maroons 5, Boston 3.
  Deron Quint, Winnipeg, Dec. 15, 1995, at Winnipeg at 7:51 and 7:55, 2nd period. Winnipeg 9, Edmonton 4.
0:05s Pete Mahovlich, Montreal, Feb. 20, 1971, at Montreal at 12:16 and 12:21, 3rd period. Montreal 7, Chicago 1.
  Nathan Gerbe, Buffalo, January 21, 2011 at Buffalo. 16:38 and 16:43, third period. NY Islanders 5, Buffalo 2.
0:06s Jim Pappin, Chicago, Feb. 16, 1972, at Chicago at 2:57 and 3:03, 3rd period. Chicago 3, Philadelphia 3.
  Ralph Backstrom, Los Angeles, Nov. 2, 1972, at Los Angeles at 8:30 and 8:36, 3rd period. Los Angeles 5, Boston 2.
  Lanny McDonald, Calgary, Mar. 22, 1984, at Calgary at 16:23 and 16:29, 1st period. Detroit 6, Calgary 4.
  Sylvain Turgeon, Hartford, Mar. 28, 1987, at Hartford at 13:59 and 14:05, 2nd period. Hartford 5, Pittsburgh 4.

FASTEST THREE GOALS:
0:21s Bill Mosienko, Chicago, Mar. 23, 1952, at New York, against goaltender Lorne Anderson. Mosienko scored at 6:09, 6:20 and 6:30 of 3rd period, all with both teams at full strength. Chicago 7, NY Rangers 6.
0:44s Jean Béliveau, Montreal, Nov. 5, 1955, at Montreal, against goaltender Terry Sawchuk. Béliveau scored at :42, 1:08 and 1:26 of 2nd period, all with Montreal holding a 6-4 man advantage. Montreal 4, Boston 2.

FASTEST THREE ASSISTS:
0:21 Gus Bodnar, Chicago, Mar. 23, 1952, at New York, Bodnar assisted on Bill Mosienko's three goals at 6:09, 6:20, 6:30 of third period. Chicago 7, NY Rangers 6.
0:44 Bert Olmstead, Montreal, Nov. 5, 1955, at Montreal against Boston. Olmstead assisted on Jean Béliveau's three goals at :42, 1:08 and 1:26 of 2nd period. Montreal 4, Boston 2.

SHOTS ON GOAL:
MOST SHOTS ON GOAL; ONE SEASON:
550 Phil Esposito, Boston, 1970-71. 78gp - 78 game schedule.
528 Alex Overchkin, Washington, 2008-09, 79gp - 82 game schedule.
446 Alex Overchkin, Washington, 2007-08, 82gp - 82 game schedule.
429 Paul Kariya, Anaheim, 1998-99. 82gp - 82 game schedule.
426 Phil Esposito, Boston, 1971-72. 76gp - 78 game schedule.

PENALTIES:
MOST PENALTY MINUTES, CAREER:
3,966 Dave (Tiger) Williams, Toronto, Vancouver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Hartford, in 14 seasons, 962gp.
3,565 Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington, Colorado, in 19 seasons, 1,407gp.
3,515 Tie Domi, Toronto, NY Rangers, Winnipeg, in 16 seasons, 1,020gp.
3,381 Marty McSorley, Pittsburgh, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, San Jose, Boston, in 17 seasons, 961gp.
3,300 Bob Probert, Detroit, Chicago, in 17 seasons, 935gp.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, CAREER, INCLUDING PLAYOFFS:
4,421 Dave Williams, Toronto, Vancouver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Hartford, 3,966 in 962 regular-season; 455 in 83 playoffs.
4,294 Dale Hunter, Quebec, Washington, Colorado, 3,565 in 1,407 regular-season; 729 in 186 playoffs.
3,755 Marty McSorley, Pittsburgh, Edmonton, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, San Jose, Boston, 3,381 in 961 regular-season; 374 in 115 playoffs.
3,753 Tie Domi, Toronto, NY Rangers, Winnipeg, 3,515 in 1,020 regular-season games; 238 in 98 playoff games.
3,584 Chris Nilan, Montreal, NY Rangers, Boston, 3,043 in 688 regular-season; 541 in 111 playoffs.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE SEASON:
472 Dave Schultz, Philadelphia, 1974-75.
409 Paul Baxter, Pittsburgh, 1981-82.
408 Mike Peluso, Chicago, 1991-92.
405 Dave Schultz, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, 1977-78.

MOST PENALTIES, ONE GAME:
10 Chris Nilan, Boston, Mar. 31, 1991, at Boston against Hartford. 6 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 1 game misconduct.
9 Jim Dorey, Toronto, Oct. 16, 1968, at Toronto against Pittsburgh. 4 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 1 game misconduct.
  Dave Schultz, Pittsburgh, Apr. 6, 1978, at Detroit. 5 minors, 2 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts.
  Randy Holt, Los Angeles, Mar. 11, 1979, at Philadelphia. 1 minor, 3 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts, 3 game misconducts.
  Russ Anderson, Pittsburgh, Jan. 19, 1980, at Pittsburgh. 3 minors, 3 majors, 3 game misconducts.
  Kim Clackson, Quebec, Mar. 8, 1981, at Quebec. 4 minors, 3 majors, 2 game misconducts.
  Terry O'Reilly, Boston, Dec. 19, 1984, at Hartford. 5 minors, 3 majors, 1 game misconduct.
  Larry Playfair, Los Angeles, Dec. 9, 1986, at NY Islanders. 6 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct.
  Marty McSorley, Los Angeles, Apr. 14, 1992, at Vancouver. 5 minors, 2 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 1 game misconduct.
  Reed Low, St. Louis, Dec. 31, 2002, at St. Louis, 4 minors, 1 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 3 game misconduct.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE GAME:
67 Randy Holt, Los Angeles, Mar. 11, 1979, at Philadelphia. 1 minor, 3 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts, 3 game misconducts.
57 Brad Smith, Toronto, Nov. 15, 1986, at Toronto vs Detroit. 1 minor, 3 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts, 2 game misconducts.
  Reed Low, St. Louis, Feb. 28, 2002, at St. Louis vs Calgary. 1 minors, 3 majors, 1 10-minute misconduct, 3 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTIES, ONE PERIOD:
9 Randy Holt, Los Angeles, Mar. 11, 1979, at Philadelphia, 1st period. 1 minor, 3 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts, 3 game misconducts.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES, ONE PERIOD:
67 Randy Holt, Los Angeles, Mar. 11, 1979, at Philadelphia, 1st period. 1 minor, 3 majors, 2 10-minute misconducts, 3 game misconducts.

GOALTENDING:
MOST GAMES APPEARED IN BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER:
1,266 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, 1991-92 - 2003-04, 2005-06 - 2014-15.
1,029 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado from 1984-85 - 2002-03.
971 Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, from 1949-50 - 1969-70.
963 Ed Belfour, Chicago, San Jose, Dallas, Toronto, Florida, 1988-89 - 2003-04, 2005-06, 2006-07
943 Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit, Phoenix, Calgary, 1989-90 - 2003-04, 2005-06 - 2008-09.

MOST CONSECUTIVE COMPLETE GAMES BY A GOALTENDER:
502 Glenn Hall, Detroit, Chicago. Played 502 games from beginning of 1955-56 season through first 12 games of 1962-63. In his 503rd straight game, Nov. 7, 1962, at Chicago, Hall was removed from the game against Boston with a back injury in the 1st period.

MOST GAMES APPEARED IN BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
79 Grant Fuhr, St. Louis, 1995-96.
78 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2006-07.
77 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 1995-96.
  Bill Ranford, Edmonton, Boston, 1995-96.
  Arturs Irbe, Carolina, 2000-01.
  Marc Denis, Columbus, 2002-03.
  Evgeni Niabokov, San Jose, 2007-08.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2007-08.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2009-10.

MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER:
74,439 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, 1991-92 - 2003-04, 2005-06 - 2014-15.
60,235 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado, from 1984-85 - 2002-03.
57,194 Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, from 1949-50 - 1969-70.

MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
4,697 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2006-07.
4,635 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2007-08.
4,561 Evgeni Nabokov, San Jose, 2007-08.
4,555 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2003-04.
4,511 Marc Denis, Columbus, 2002-03.

MOST SHUTOUTS, CAREER:
125 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 22 seasons. (1991-92, 1993-94 - 2003-04, 2005-06 - 2014-15).
103 Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 21 seasons. (1949-50 - 1969-70)
94 George Hainsworth, Mtl. Canadiens, Toronto, in 11 seasons. (1926-27 - 1936-37)

MOST SHUTOUTS, ONE SEASON:
22 George Hainsworth, Montreal, 1928-29. 44gp.
15 Alex Connell, Ottawa, 1925-26. 36gp.
  Alex Connell, Ottawa, 1927-28. 44gp.
  Hal Winkler, Boston, 1927-28. 44gp.
  Tony Esposito, Chicago, 1969-70. 63gp.
14 George Hainsworth, Montreal, 1926-27. 44gp.

LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE BY A GOALTENDER:
460:49 Alex Connell, Ottawa, 1927-28, six consecutive shutouts.
(Forward passing not permitted in attacking zones in 1927-28).
343:05 George Hainsworth, Montreal, 1928-29, four consecutive shutouts.
(Forward passing not permitted in attacking zones in 1928-29).
332:01 Brian Boucher, Phoenix, 2003-04, five consecutive shutouts.
324:40 Roy Worters, NY Americans, 1930-31, four consecutive shutouts.
309:21 Bill Durnan, Montreal, 1948-49, four consecutive shutouts.

MOST WINS BY A GOALTENDER:
691 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 22 seasons, 1,266gp.
551 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado, in 19 seasons. 1,029gp.
484 Ed Belfour, Chicago, San Jose, Dallas, Toronto, Florida, in 17 seasons, 963gp.
454 Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit, Phoenix, Calgary, in 19 seasons. 943gp.
447 Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, NY Rangers, in 21 seasons. 971gp.

MOST WINS BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
48 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2006-07, 78gp.
47 Bernie Parent, Philadelphia, 1973-74. 73gp.
  Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, 2006-07, 76gp.
46 Evgeni Nabokov, San Jose, 2007-08, 77gp.
45 Mikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2008-09, 76gp.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2009-10, 77gp.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
17 Gilles Gilbert, Boston, 1975-76.
14 Tiny Thompson, Boston, 1929-30.
  Ross Brooks, Boston, 1973-74.
  Don Beaupre, Minnesota, 1985-86.
  Tom Barrasso, Pittsburgh, 1992-93.
  Jonas Hiller, Anaheim, 2013-14.

LONGEST UNDEFEATED STREAK BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
32 games Gerry Cheevers, Boston, 1971-72. 24w-8t.
31 games Pete Peeters, Boston, 1982-83. 26w-5t.
27 games Pete Peeters, Philadelphia, 1979-80. 22w-5t.

LONGEST UNDEFEATED STREAK BY A GOALTENDER IN HIS FIRST NHL SEASON:
23 games Grant Fuhr, 1981-82. 15w-8t.

LONGEST UNDEFEATED STREAK BY A GOALTENDER FROM START OF CAREER:
16 games Patrick Lalime, Pittsburgh, 1996-97. 14w-2t.

MOST 30-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY A GOALTENDER:
14 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 22 seasons.
13 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado in 19 seasons.
9 Ed Belfour, San Jose, Dallas, Toronto, Florida, in 17 seasons.
  Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, in 10 seasons.
8 Tony Esposito, Montreal, Chicago in 16 seasons.
7 Jacques Plante, Montreal, NY Rangers, St. Louis, Toronto, Boston, in 18 seasons.
  Ken Dryden, Montreal, in 8 seasons.
  Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit, Phoenix, Calgary, in 19 seasons.
  Dominic Hasek, Chicago, Buffalo, Detriot, Ottawa, in 16 seasons.
  Miikka Kiprusoff, San Jose, Calgary, in 12 seasons.
  Ryan Miller, Buffalo, St. Louis, Vancouver, in 12 seasons.
  Roberto Luongo, NY Islanders, Florida, Vancouver, in 15 seasons.
  Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh, in 11 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 30-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY A GOALTENDER:
12 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 1995-96 - 2003-05, 2005-06 - 2007-08.
8 Patrick Roy, Montreal, Colorado, 1995-96 - 2002-03.
7 Tony Esposito, Chicago, 1969-70 - 1975-76.
  Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 2005-06 - 2011-12.
  Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, 2005-06 - 2011-12.
  Roberto Luongo, Florida, Vancouver, 2005-06 - 2011-12.
  Ryan Miller, Buffalo, 2005-06 - 2011-12.
6 Jacques Plante, Montreal, 1954-55 - 1959-60.
  Marty Turco, Dallas, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2005-06 - 2008-09.

MOST 40-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY A GOALTENDER:
8 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 22 seasons.
3 Jacques Plante, Monteal, NY Rangers, St. Louis, Toronto, Boston in 18 seasons.
  Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, NY Rangers in 21 seasons.
  Miikka Kiprusoff, San Jose, Calgary, in 12 seasons.
  Evgeni Nabokov, San Jose, NY Islanders, in 13 seasons.
2 Bernie Parent, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto in 13 seasons.
  Ken Dryden, Montreal in 8 seasons.
  Ed Belfour, Chicago, San Jose, Dallas, Toronto, Florida, in 17 seasons.
  Ryan Miller, Buffalo, St. Louis, Vancouver, in 12 seasons.
  Roberto Luongo, NY Islanders, Florida, Vancouver, in 15 seasons.
  Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh, in 11 seasons.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 40-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY A GOALTENDER:
3 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2005-06 - 2007-08.
  Evgeni Nabokov, San Jose, 2007-08 - 2009-10.
2 Terry Sawchuk, Detroit, 1950-51 - 1951-52.
  Bernie Parent, Philadelphia, 1973-74 - 1974-75.
  Ken Dryden, Montreal, 1975-76 - 1976-77.
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 1999-2000 - 2000-01.
  Miikka Kiprusof, Calgary, 2005-06 - 2006-07.

MOST LOSSES BY A GOALTENDER, CAREER:
397 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, in 22 seasons. 1,266gp.
352 Gump Worsley, NY Rangers, Montreal, Minnesota, in 21 seasons. 861gp.
  Curtis Joseph, St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit, Phoenix, Calgary, in 19 seasons. 943gp.
351 Gilles Meloche, Chicago, California, Cleveland, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, in 18 seasons. 788gp.
346 John Vanbiesbrouck, NY Rangers, Florida, Philadelphia, NY Islanders, New Jersey, in 20 seasons. 882gp.
341 Sean Burke, New Jersey, Hartford, Carolina, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Florida, Phoenix, Tampa Bay, Los Angeles, in 18 seasons. 820gp.

MOST LOSSES BY A GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON:
48 Gary Smith, California, 1970-71. 71gp.
47 Al Rollins, Chicago, 1953-54. 66gp.
46 Peter Sidorkiewicz, Ottawa, 1992-93. 64gp.

GOALTENDING SHOOTOUT RECORDS:
MOST SHOOTOUT WINS, ONE SEASON:
10 Marthieu Garon, Edmonton, 2007-08, (10gp)
  Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles, 2010-11, (10gp).
  Ryan Miller, Buffalo, 2006-07 (14gp).
  Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2006-07. (16gp).

MOST SHOOTOUT WINS, ALL-TIME:
52 Ryan Miller, Buffalo, St. Louis, Vancouver, 82gp.
50 Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers 86gp.
48 Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh, 72gp.
42 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, 72gp.

MOST SHOOTOUT SHOTS AGAINST, ONE SEASON:
75 Roberto Luongo, Florida, 2014-15, 21ga.
62 Ilya Bryzgalov, Phoenix, 2009-10, 17ga.
60 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 2006-07, 20ga.
54 Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, 2007-08, 15ga.
  Jimmy Howard, Detroit, 2009-10, 17ga.

MOST SHOOTOUT SHOTS AGAINST, CAREER:
340 Roberto Luongo, Florida, Vancouver, 108ga.
327 Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, 82ga.
284 Ryan Miller, Buffalo, St. Louis, Vancouver 81ga.
244 Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, St. Louis, 75ga.

BEST SHOOTOUT SAVE PERCENTAGE, ONE SEASON: (minimum 20 shots)
.958 Jhonas Enroth, Buffalo, Dallas, 2014-15. 24s-1ga.
.938 Mathieu Garon, Edmonton, 2007-08, (32s, 2ga).
.917 Semyon Varlamov, Colorado, 2011-12. (24s-2ga).
.900 Marc Denis, Tampa Bay, 2006-07 (20s, 2ga)

BEST SHOOTOUT SAVE PERCENTAGE, CAREER: (minimum 40 shots)
.854 Marc Denis, Columbus, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay, Montreal, 41s-6ga.
.805 Eddie Lack, Vancouver, 41s-8ga.
.764 Brent Johnson, Washington, Pittsburgh, 55s-13ga.
.757 Jhonas Enroth, Buffalo, Dallas, 70s-17ga.